Balcony plunge girl's mother found dead
THE body of a Foxton woman whose daughter plunged more than 30ft from a hotel room balcony in Majorca has been found. Sara Cooper, 45, was discovered by divers yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) in an underwater cave. Her fully-clothed body was recovered fro
THE body of a Foxton woman whose daughter plunged more than 30ft from a hotel room balcony in Majorca has been found.
Sara Cooper, 45, was discovered by divers yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) in an underwater cave.
Her fully-clothed body was recovered from the cave, which is beneath a cliff at Calas Domingos beach, just a few minutes walk from the hotel the family were staying at.
Seven-year-old Gianna Cooper, who attends Foxton Primary School, fell from the fifth floor of the three-star Hotel Samoa in the resort of Calas de Mallorca.
She suffered a ruptured liver, broken jaw and head injuries, and is currently in a serious but stable condition at a hospital in the island's capital, Palma.
Her father Martin and two older brothers are by her bedside.
- 1 Goalkeeper with incurable brain tumour overwhelmed by fundraiser response
- 2 Melbourn Village College ready for Hastings battle in quarter-finals of national cup
- 3 Royston drama group CADS announces winner of 2022 Fred Sillence Award
- 4 Jail for fraudulent accountant who tried to steal £200k of employer’s money
- 5 Former nurse at Stevenage's Lister Hospital struck off
- 6 Ian Stewart murder trial: Diane 'suffered lack of oxygen for up to an hour'
- 7 Experience University of Cambridge Museums' free Twilight with the Museums sleepover at home
- 8 Patients required to continue wearing face coverings in healthcare settings
- 9 Royston Golf Club donates £1,000 to hospice
- 10 Fake Dyson Airwrap and Primark baby toy among recent recalled items
Sara and Martin, also known as Ian, are believed to have worked in the pharmaceutical industry in Hertfordshire, although Sara has been a registered childminder in Cambs for the past two years.
* Do you know the Coopers? Call the Crow newsdesk on 01763 245241